- The Rev. Benjamin Anthony of Vanderbilt University, for his dissertation research on Phillips Brooks’ preaching;
- The Grafton Commemoration project of the Diocese of Fond du Lac, a matching grant, to support a research paper competition that honors the Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman Grafton;
- Dr. Judith Hull of Emerson College, for research that will complete her book project, Trinity Church Wall Street and Social Reform;
- The Rev. Dane Neufeld of Wycliffe College in Toronto, for his dissertation research on the 19th century Anglican philosopher and theologian, Henry Mansel;
- Dr. Scott Rohrer, independent historian and editor with the National Journal Group, for his book project, Religion and Revolution in the British Atlantic World;
- Mr. Peter Walker of Columbia University, for archival research that will complete his dissertation, titled, Reform, Toleration, and Nation-Building: the CoE 1774-1829.
Grants are provided annually and are modest, ranging generally from $1,000-$2,000. Recipients are encouraged to publish their work, when appropriate, in Anglican and Episcopal History, the quarterly academic journal of the Society.